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Spring "On-Campus" Interviews


During Spring “On-Campus” Interviews, which will take place on the web-based platform Flo Recruit, employers may recruit 1Ls, 2Ls, 3Ls, domestic and foreign-trained LL.M.s, and recent graduates (up to one year after graduation) for summer clerkships or postgraduate positions.

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A New Era in Immigration? Part 1

Join us for the first of a 3-part webinar series on immigration law and policy changes following the inauguration of President Biden.

The Biden administration has committed to end the Remain in Mexico program, which has forced asylum seekers to wait indefinitely for their US asylum proceedings in dangerous conditions in Mexico. Other policies that effectively blockade the border to asylum seekers may also finally be abandoned. In addition, there is a strong push for President Biden to end an immigration system that has seen widespread detention of asylum seekers, families and children, and other migrants, often in facilities run by for-profit prison companies. This panel will explore not only a possible end to exclusionary policies but also a new vision that would emphasize humane processing of asylum seekers arriving at the U.S. southern border. The panelists will consider public health, legal and policy questions that will arise during the transition away from an enforcement-focused approach.

This event is sponsored by the Immigration Clinic, the William Wayne Justice Center for Public Interest Law , and the St. Edward’s University Social Work Program.

REGISTER for Part 1: Ending detention and border policies that exclude asylum seekers on March 3 at noon here:

REGISTER for Part 2: A Promise of Permanency? Legislative reform, temporary protections and lingering interior enforcement on March 24 at noon here:

REGISTER for Part 3: Re-Building the US Refugee Resettlement Program on April 14 at noon here:

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Equity, Inclusion, and Diversity Series

This event is sponsored by Parsley Energy and the Kay Bailey Hutchison Center for Energy, Law and Business and will take place via ZOOM. Please direct any questions about this event to the KBH Gmail:

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The UT Law Board of Advocates Presents a Panel Discussion: How to Conduct Difficult Witness Examinations

After some rescheduling due to the ice storm, this event is back on! Join the UT Law Board of Advocates as we host a panel discussion on the topic of conducting difficult witness examinations. Experienced trial attorneys will share their experience and insights on preparing for and conducting direct- and cross-examinations of children, victims of violent crime, mentally or physically disabled individuals, and other individuals that require partic

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CLS Bible Study

Join us as we study through Colossians!

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